tv KRON 4 News at 10 KRON April 30, 2017 10:00pm-11:01pm PDT
"even though it hurts our business not to be open... we gotta' be strong." (jr stone) the bay area is bracing for a nationwide may day strike... as tens-of- thousands of people prepare to march tomorrow in solidarity. good evening, i'm j-r stone...(justine) and i'm justine waldman... immigrant and union groups will march in cities across the united states tomorrow for immigrant workers' rights and protest against president donald trump's efforts to boost deportations.(jr stone) and in san jose businesses on a popular street will be shutting their doors to take part in the protest.(justine kron4's lydia pantazes joins us live from san jose where organizers expect this one to be one of the biggest strikes they've seen in years.... lydia, how are folks preparing?
(lydia)organizers are expecting as many as 50- thousand people at tomorrow's rally and march.several of the businesses here have fliers or signs like this one on their door telling customers they're shutting down to take part in the may day march. from bakeries.. to markets and even western wear....you'll see similar signs on all these businesses along willow street in san jose....telling customers... their doors are staying closed on may day, also known as international workers day."even though it hurts our businesses not to be open but we gotta be strong." juan garabato is the owner of juan garabato western wear in san jose.he'll be one of the of business owners taking part in the may day rally at the mexican heritage plaza in san jose and the march from the plaza to arena greens.he closed last year as well...but he says this year is different. "this year we feel it more, more stronger.""there is so much turmoil and racism out there that we ant to prove that we are important and that we do form a big part of this country and by speaking up and doing our part, i think that's
that only way people are going to listen."more than half of the businesses on willow street are expected to close... organizers expect as many as 50-thousand people to show up. "this year we've been very successful working with small businesses with community members to take the day off work to close or small businesses and also working with big tech companies to allow their employees to be off without any type of retaliation."jeremy barousse is a community organizer with siren... an immigrants rights groupthe group is helping organize the rally and march. "do not only is it a day to honor the contributions of workers but we also use it to honor the contributions of immigrants."barousse says the political climate is a big part of why so many people are expected to get involved this year."communities are fearful and they're also want an opportunity to rise up and show a little bit of our power or collective power as
community members." (lydia)several organizations are involved in the planning. among them are immigrant rights groups, faith based groups and labor unions. reporting live in san jose, lydia pantazes kron4 news. (jr stone) this protest will affect the v-t-a lines tomorrow... alum rock avenue and santa clara street will be closed from king road to autumn street. bus service will be rerouted on alum rock avenue and santa clara street to mckee road and east julian street, between king road and autumn street. 15 lines will be affected... those are on your screen. as well as highway 17 and monterey-salinas transit 86 will be affected. (justine) there are several other may day events in the bay area planned for monday... in san francisco, people will protest outside of the ice office on sansome street at 8am. plus, a rally is planned at 11am in justin herman plaza, followed by a march to civic
center and in oakland, a rally will start at 3pm at fruitvale plaza. with a march at 4pm heading to san antonio park. also, a few high schools have noted students will be walking out of class tomorrow... and marching down international boulevard. for a full list of events... head to kron 4.com (jr stone) police say eight people were injured after a gunman opened fire in a busy san deigo neighborhood. it happened just after six p.m. in the pool area of an apartment compex on judicial drive. authorities say the suspect reloaded his gun during the shooting. the suspect in the shooting has been killed by police after he reportedly shot at officers. and these are pictures of the scene sent in by viewers. again eight people were injured. their injuries range from superficial to critical. witnesses are at the scene tonight helping with the investigation. (justine) looks like there won't be a federal government
shutdown, at least for now. top capitol hill negotiators have reached an agreement on a one trillion-dollar plus spending bill that would fund the day-to-day operations of virtually every federal agency until october first. the "catchall spending bill" would be the first major piece of bi- partisan legislation to advance during president trump's presidency. the measure rejects white house proposals to cut popular programs such as funding medical research and community development grants. it adds 15- billion dollars to strengthen the military. it also does not include money for a wall along the u-s mexico border. (jr stone) in national news tonight... deadly tornadoes and severe flooding in several states have rescue crews scrambling tonight. you're looking at video of the damage in texas... and severe flooding in oklahoma... and , arkansas. we're learning the latest victim is a 2-year old... who was killed when a
metal soccer goal was blown over during heavy winds in tennessee. across the u-s 11 people have been killed by tornadoes and flooding. reporter david daniel has more on the destruction left by the series of storms. "we are still in the search and recovery aspect of this disaster."widespread damage in parts of texas, after at least three tornadoes touched down about 60 miles outside dallas. mayor lou ann everett / canton, tx: "the damage was extensive. butt sot "it is heartbreaking and upsetting, to say the least."roofs were torn off .. homes and buildings demolished..vehicles and tractor trailers overturned...and according to officials, at least 4 people died .. and more than 50 others were left injured. search and recovery efforts began saturday but conditions made that process difficult. dr. dan kirkpatrick / van zandt county judge: "after the first reports, first response efforts were hampered due to the continuing severe weather coming through the area. butt sot "we would get out there
start working and get reports of another tornado on the ground so we'd had to pull back."texas isn't the only state dealing with severe weather.in missouri, the governor declared a state of emergency after storms brought heavy rain and flooding over the weekend...local officials are reporting nearly 100 evacuations and nearly three dozen rescues.severe thunderstorms remain in the forecast through sunday. storm-related deaths have also been reported in arkansas.i'm david daniel reporting. lawrence karnow: we made it two in a row today with sunshine and above normal temperatures. it finally feels like spring is here to stay but will that be the case? we are looking at mostly clear skies outside tonight with mild temperatures. the winds are a little stronger today especially near the coast. but the temperatures were still in the 70s and 80s and 60s at the
coast. it's a beautiful evening with very mild temperatures in the valleys and breezy weather near the coast and bay. the hottest of the year are expected this week. we'll let you know when we can expect the peak of the heat and when we might cool down in a few minutes. (justine) tragedy for a family in the east bay. a toddler was killed after he was run over by a car in the parking lot at shopping center.
this happened yesterday afternoon at the shopping center off decoto and alvarado-niles roads in union city. police say the 23-month-old boy darted away from his parents who were shopping in a store... and ran into the parking lot. that is when a slow moving car hit the boy. he became trapped underneath it. the driver is cooperating with the investigation. this appears to police to be a tragic accident. (justine) new at 10. police have arrested a suspect they say killed a man next to the santa cruz beach boardwalk. we first told you about this story on kron 4 news at 8.. now we know officers have arrested kevin callahan for the murder. he was caught on main beach just a few hours ago. the 58-year- old was involved in a physical altercation with the 52- year-old victim earlier today near the beach volleyball courts. the victim's name was not released. officers say the victim and the suspect were both homeless... and had been camping on the beach. the cause of death is still
unknown. (jr stone) a half moon bay man is in jail this weekend, suspected of a deadly hit-and- run. c-h-p says the man continued driving with parts of a bike stuck to his car. kron four's spencer blake tells us more about the trail of debris that led officers to the suspect. i'm standing next to highway one near an unincorporated part of half moon bay.over here, near furtado laneis where emergency responders arrived saturday morning to find a man lying on the shoulder of this very narrow stretch of roadwho had been hit by a car.(vo)according to c-h-p officer art montiel, there was a trail of debris around the man that suggested he may have been riding a bike when the car hit him.there's still an orange reflector lying in the dirteventually evidence brought them to a nearby home, where they arrested angel gongora.they say the victim's bike was still lodged under gongora's s-u-v as he drove away from the scene of the crime.another
cyclist i talked to about it was taken aback.(sot)"i don't even have the words to say. i can't believe that really happened, that somebody would be so callous as to just take off with it, not stop at all." (vo)the victim in this case died at the scene.the northbound lane was closed for about three hours, but c-h-p says there wasn't much traffic at the time.it's a two lane highway at this point, and the area that was taped off is áparticularly narrow at the guardrail."it's good, but it's really hard to pass by up there because it's really dangerous."i've seen several cyclists passing by this areawho use an alternate trail that runs parallel and below the highway.(looklive) meanwhile, gongora is in the san mateo county jail.in half moon bay, spencer blake, kron four news. (justine) we now know the name of the man found dead on the oakland waterfront. police have identified the victim as kevin mulholland of alameda. the 48-year-old's body was found around eight friday morning beneath a pier near the embarcadero. it is unclear how mulholland
ended up there. but officers say there were no obvious signs of foul play. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. (justine) people in martinez and pleasant hill were left without power this morning when a car collided with a power pole. it happened overnight on alhambra avenue near paso nogal road. authorities say the collision knocked down the pole and electrical wire blocking all lanes of the road. according to police... the underage driver had fallen asleep at the wheel... he was not injured. authorities do not believe drugs or alcohol were a factor in this crash. (jr stone) coming up at 10... a popular netflix show... hacked! now the f-b-i has joined the investigation...into how this happened. we'll tell you what the hacker demanded... (justine) and a massive explosion on a ohio freeway. find out what caused this car to blow-up.(jrstone) plus, tourists get a front row seat to killer whales stalking their pray. why the whales are extra hungry right now...
(jr stone) in monterey... four gray whale calves have been killed in the past week.... and some whale watching tours had a front row seat... according to marine biologists... the calves have been killed by orcas-- or killer whales. the biologists say a family of nine orcas are responsible. orcas commonly feed on gray whale calves. because the calves and their mothers are migrating to mexico a few
weeks late this year... the killer whales are extra hungry. and the adult orcas might be been teaching their youngsters how to hunt. (justine) dozens of dead sharks are washing up ashore all around the bay area. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke with the experts about why this is happening. bay area scientists are calling it the largest mass die off in the last decade. just saturday alone - a half a dozen dead sharks were discovered on alameda beach. corinna chan/alameda resident: i have heard about it from a few of the neighbors here. i just live right around the corner here and i do walk around here everyday. it is unfortunate though that when we end up finding the sharks on the beach there is really nothing we can do at that point for them.linda avery/alameda resident:that is amazing. that is scary and creepy to think they're washing up all around. there
is definitely a smell and i wonder if it's partly dead sharks and other stuff.and it's not just in alameda, dead sharks are washing up in redwood city and all along the peninsula.scientist suespect it's the toxins from storm water run off is what's killing them.things like dust, oil and pesticides.corinna chan/alameda resident:oh i just think its really sad after all this rain, we really needed, desperately needed to know that because of the run off the sharks are dying. its very unfortunate.linda avery/alameda residentit makes me feel sad for the sharks and any wild life or crabs and all our natural habitat and all the pollution and problems i feel like we need the rain, but it really highlights how dirty and polluted things are experts also say it's not just sharks that are dying in large numbers. they're also finding infected sting rays, halibut and various other marine and fresh water fish.(hermela aregawi)right now researchers at san francisco state are studying some of these dead animals.to figure out what exactly is killing them.and what if anything can be done to prevent more marine life
from dying in this way. reporting in alameda, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. (jrstone) as the warm weather melts the snow in the sierra nevada... forecasters expect at least one california river to hit flood stages this week. forecasters expect the merced river in yosemite national park to rise about a foot over its banks on wednesday. the wet winter brought a record amount of snow to the sierra. the national weather service says northern california usually doesn't see temperatures this high until early july. forcasters warn that rivers may run extra cold and extra fast. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we made it two in a row today with sunshine and above normal
temperatures. it finally feels like spring is here to stay but will that be the case? we are looking at mostly clear skies outside tonight with mild temperatures. the winds are a little stronger today especially near the coast. but the temperatures were still in the 70s and 80s and 60s at the coast. these temperatures are still running about 10 to 12 degrees above average for this time of year and it's going to get hotter.you can see the huge dome of high pressure now building over california. as it continues to strengthen, offshore winds will start to blow. that means as we head into the middle of the week it will be hot inland and even warm all the way to the coast. highs at the beaches will be in the 70s. you can see the clouds staying away from the coast over the next several days with the offshore wind. i think we'll see the hottest temperatures so far this year with some places soaring into
the 90s. highs tomorrow will begin to warm with some places moving into the upper 80s inland with 70s returning to san francisco. by tuesday i think we will see a few 90s showing up with 70s at the coast. the hottest day will likely be wednesday before a cooling sea breeze returns on thursday. a major drop in the temperatures is likely friday and into next weekend and we can't rule out the chance of rain.
(jr stone) police say one person was killed in a crash on a busy ohio freeway. ohio department of transportation cameras caught it all on camera in dayton ohio. an accident then the explosion. officers believe the crash was caused by a wrong way driver. the driver of the car was confirmed dead in the crashwhile the truck driver has minor injuries. police are trying to determine if drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash. (justine) the f-b-i is now part of an investigation into how a hacker got a hold of season five of netflix favorite "orange is the new black." the hacker, who goes by the name " the dark overlord"...had demanded that netflix pay a ransom in exchange for not leaking the
episodes prematurely online. but now, 10 episodes from the upcoming season are available for download on an illegal file-sharing service. netflix has yet to comment. pirated copies of "orange" could dent the los gatos company's subscriber growth and the stock price. (jrstone) san francisco international airport is still experiencing flight delays because of the repair work on one of the two main runways. this is a live look at sfo right now. over 500 flights have been delayed today... and 44 were canceled. the repair work is expected to be finished in early june... the last time this runway was paved was in 2008. the new runway will feature long-lasting l-e-d lights and new ground markings. airport officials advise travelers to regularly check with their airlines for flight information. flight times should be back to normal tomorrow. (justine) coming up... police say two suspects carjacked a driver and went on a shooting rampage in southern
(justine) after pictures of nude female service members circulated online without their consent... an attorney is now criticizing the united states marine corps, for what she calls, lack of action following a recent nude photo scandal... from our partners at c-n-n.. michele (gee-lee) gile reports. marisa woytek, alleged victim: "as someone who has spoken out and has received backlash on social media, i can understand their worry."camp pendleton marine marisa woytek stepped off the base this afternoon to update reporters on the
military scandal involving a defunct webpage called marines united and the unauthorized photo sharing of female marines. woytek is a victim who was joined by another victim... who is now retired as well as their lawyer gloria allred.erika butner, alleged victim: "my end goal is to insure that revenge porn and sharing a photo without someone's consent, without their permission is a federal law. that's my top goal."erika butner and marisa woytek say they know hundreds of women who have seen their pictures posted on the site and they want to know why the perpetrators aren't being held accountable.gloria allred sent a letter in march to the chairman of the armed services committee asking that her clients and other victims be allowed to testify about the scandal. the response she got was that sexual assault and harassment victims whose cases have been decided on by a judge would make up the panel.. gloria allred, attorney for victims: why have they specifically ruled out other
survivors? and that would be most of them by the way - because most of them have never gotten to the point where there has been an adjudication of their report." the marine corps and navy have now banned service members from distributing nude photos without the consent of the person in the picture. gloria allred calls the new regulation weak saying it have should have stronger language if the intent is to hold the guilty ones accountable. (justine) according to a report on the scandal... 14- active duty marines, and one active duty sailor, have been identified by investigators... as people who may have illegally shared the (jr stone) still ahead... the mother of the missing 20-year-old student, alycia yeoman, is speaking out tonight for the first time... hear what she has to say to those who know about her wherabouts and it's the bay area's most dangerous city for pedestrians.. we go indepth on why the number of fatalities is so high -- and
10:30... the mother of a missing 20-year-old yuba college student ... is speaking out for the first time since her daughter's disappearance. it has been nearly a month since aly yeoman went missing. (justine) and now, her mother says, she wants aly, and those who know about her whereabouts...to know... she's not giving up. shirin rajaee explains how it's taken aly's mom weeks to have the courage to speak out. paula ede/mother of aly yeoman "i wouldn't put this on the worst enemy to go through this."the last 3 1/2 weeks searching for aly --- a nightmare for her family-- paula ede/mother of aly yeoman "for a while i couldnt eat or sleep, cause i felt if she's not eating or sleeping, it's not fair to do that"paula ede says her and her daughter would stay in close contact-- texting all the time--so she knew when the texting
stopped-- something was wrong-- paula ede/mother of aly yeoman "she loved to talk to us every second day, mom what are you doing? mom i miss you...but it wasn't happening."20 year old aly yeoman is a yuba college student-- who was working two jobs--she last seen the night of march 30th-- leaving a friends house on romero street in yuba city.paula ede/mother of aly yeoman"i'm terrified, i don't know if she's hurt, i don't know whose hurting her, i don't know what's happened" aly's truck was found a few days later, down a levee, in an orchard--- stuck in mud. law enforcement found her cell phone and a single pair of footprints walking away from the truckshirin rajaee/reporter:"you've been silent this entire time, what made you want to speak out now?"paula ede/mother of aly yeoman"this is me telling her i love her, telling her i love her, and i just want her home." shirin rajaee/reporter:"do you believe your daughter is alive?"paula ede/mother of aly yeoman"you just have this mothers intuition, you can just feel it, i do believe she's alive"ede wouldn't speak on the details of the investigation but says she's
trusting that law enforcement is working dilligently to find aly.her plea is now to the public.paula ede/mother of aly yeoman"i just feel someone knows something, and they need to come forward" (jr stone a 50-thousand dollar reward has been offered for information on aly's location. aly's mom says the outpouring of support has kept them strong. a candlelight vigil was held earlier this evening in sacramento at the starbucks where aly used to work. (justine) in the north bay a 4-point-0 earthquake woke up many people in sonoma county this morning. it struck just after three a-m near geyserville. viewers from petaluma, rohnert park, and sebastopol all contacted us saying they felt the quake. one viewer said it shook their home pretty good. no word on any damages or injuries. (justine) and in southern california... the 3-point-1 quake struck just before one this afternoon just south of san bernardino.
there have been no reports of damage or tonight. (justine) in los angeles... police are investigating whether two suspects arrested for a carjacking are connected to a shooting rampage that killed one and injured three others. according to police-- a man and woman matching the description of the shooting suspects were taken into custody last night outside a motel in whittier. authorities say the suspects opened fire while driving around in a vehicle. this was after a woman was attacked. one man was transfered to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. the victim of the carjacking was unharmed. (jr stone) in the bay area's busiest cities.. it can be downright dangerous getting around especially if you are walking.(justine) a recent ranking of metropolitan cities across the country shows .. not san francisco.. but san jose is the bay area's most dangerous area for pedestrians.(jr stone) tonight in depth.. kron 4's rob fladeboe reports the south bay city knows the number of
pedestrian fatalities is out pacing and are doing what they can to slow down the growing problem. (sjpd traffic enforcement unit conducts sting operation in downtown san jose)sgt. michael trudeau/san jose police "harley davidson, lane one, 160 feet.'san jose police are cracking down on drivers who don't stop for pedestrians in crosswalks, but that's not the only problem says sergeant michael trudeau.sgt. michael trudeau/san jose police "a lot of our victims are struck at night, they're wearing dark clothing, they're not moving very well, maybe they're sick, maybe they're drunk or on drugs or are mentally ill and not able to take care of themselves' (file/recent pedestrian fatality)in the bay area, san jose-sunnyvale-santa clara ranks the highest on the
pedestrian danger index.. calculated by the non profit group smart growth america. in this grim example, back on april 1st, a 71 year old man, whom police say was not in the crosswalk, was struck and killed near the intersection of chynoweth avenue and monterey road. (graphic)that was the 12th fatal traffic accident in san jose in the first three months of the year and the 10th involving a pedestrian, a sharp increase from 2016. (forum on pedestrian safety) jaime fearer/california walks "hitting someone at 40 miles per hour is like throwing them from a 4-story building" regardless of who might have been at fault, jaime fearer, of the group 'california walks,' says excessive speed is often the difference between life and death in these cases.jaime fearer/california walks""the faster we're driving the more likely we are to be severely injured or killed so reducing our speed and having safer behavior behind the wheel is
the only way to bring these injuries down" rob fladeboe/san jose"elijah and those with him were in the crosswalk when they were hit but it turns out that pedestrians themselves are often at fault. in 2016, investigators found that in half of all fatality cases, pedestrians were either illegally in the roadway or outside of the crosswalks."it can happen anywhere but the accidents most often occurr on streets already identified as priority safety corrodors like monterey road and capitol expressway which joseph vega must cross every day on his way to school. joseph vega/pedestrian"people don't know how to merge, people are
speeding, it doesn't matter if you're in the crosswalk, people are threatening someone else's life for a couple of extra seconds just to get where they're going"sgt. michael trudeau/san jose police "you see people crossing intersections all over town and they're buried in their cell phones, but it's not just a cell phone problem, it's a social problem.."jaywalking is rampant in san jose and the homeless are among the victims. strategies for dealing with the problem include asking the state to allow the use of automated cameras to reduce speed, along with stepped up enforcement but 10 pedestrian fatalities, in a city whose policy goal is called 'vision zero,' 10 ten too many.jaime fearer/california walks"why we're seeing a spike this year, i just don't know, i answer, we're seeing a spike nationally as well need to see this as a call to improve our traffic safety and save lives" in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 newssan jose ranked number 48 on the nationwide that pedestrian danger index. san francisco came in lower.. at 85.stockton, modesto and sacramento each ranked higher
on the index.. but the city with the worst ranking for pedestrian deaths per population was the cape coral- fort myers area in florida. (jr stone) san jose ranked number (jr stone) san jose ranked number 48 nationwide on the pedestrian danger index. san francisco (justine) coming up... find out which bay area university was voted the nation's top best-value college in 2017 for the second year in a row...(jr stone) and after the break... space-x delays it's historic launch of a secret satellite... find out when the next lift off will be.
(justine) space-x has delayed its launch of a secretive satellite for the u.s. intelligence community because of a sensor issue. the liftoff... which was scheduled this morning is now slated for tomorrow at 4:00 a-m our time from the kennedy space center in cape canaveral, florida. the customer for the launch ... a
government agency that says it surveys potential threats to the u-s by tracking terrorists and monitoring the development of nuclear weapons in other countries. tomorrow's launch will be the first for space-x since the historic s- e-s 10 mission last month. (jr stone) more of your favorite retail stores are shutting down as the industry is facing more closures this year than ever before. clothing chain "bebe" announced earlier this week they are closing all of it's stores by the end of may. they have more than 130 locations across the country. this comes as a report released earlier this month says it's possible that more than 86-hundred brick- and-mortar stores will close this year. macy's, j-c penney, j-crew, and payless are among those suffering losses and closing hundreds of store fronts as more people turn to online shopping. (justine) coming up... facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberg
showed me a bottle of chardonnay mark zuckerberg gifted his family, he reflected on yesterday's visit. daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg:"and we did give him crystal wine glasses." moore says zuckerberg arrived for dinner in newton falls at 6, but he didn't know it was going to be facebook's ceo until 5:45. he was told he was having a mystery guest.daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg: "his staff people said 'i work for a very wealthy philanthropist in california, 90% of americans use his product.'"moore says he got a call within the last week from a local guy who is connected with zuckerberg, asking if he'd like to have dinner with a special guest.this was a part of zuckerberg's tour of the country. he's meeting with people learning about their unique struggles and way of life. the conversation ranged. daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg:"anything and everything."his wife lisa spoke about education, his son dan talked about the mahoning valley dream center.daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg: "the more he talked, the more i liked him and was inspired
by him."tyler trill, reporting / standup bridge:"zuckerberg posted a photo on his facebook page of him sitting here in this chair yesterday, and it already has 122 thousand likes."daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg:"surreal, incredible."moore say he'd love to have zuckerberg back in newton falls, whether it's for a barbeque, or another one of mark's hobbies.daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg: "he tells me loves to run. i can try to run with him." (justine) zuckerberg's goal is to visit people in all 50-states this year and hear about their struggles. the moores were picked partly because they are democrats who voted for president trump last year. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we made it two in a row today with sunshine and above normal temperatures. it finally feels like spring is here to stay
but will that be the case? we are looking at mostly clear skies outside tonight with mild temperatures. the winds are a little stronger today especially near the coast. but the temperatures were still in the 70s and 80s and 60s at the coast. these temperatures are still running about 10 to 12 degrees above average for this time of year and it's going to get hotter.you can see the huge dome of high pressure now building over california. as it continues to strengthen, offshore winds will start to blow. that means as we head into the middle of the week it will be hot inland and even warm all the way to the coast. highs at the beaches will be in the 70s. you can see the clouds staying away from the coast over the next several days with the offshore wind. i think we'll see the hottest temperatures so far this year
with some places soaring into the 90s. highs tomorrow will begin to warm with some places moving into the upper 80s inland with 70s returning to san francisco. by tuesday i think we will see a few 90s showing up with 70s at the coast. the hottest day will likely be wednesday before a cooling sea breeze returns on thursday. a major drop in the temperatures is likely friday and into next weekend and we can't rule out the chance of rain.
nine games to start the season. hunter pence signing baseballs before the game in the sixth -- michael morse lasers one to the bricks... pence rounds the bases... giants extend their lead by two. everything was going right for the giants... up until the bottom of the ninth mark melancon gives up a 2- run homer to hector sanchez forcing the game extra innnings we go to the 12th... will myers pops a three-run dinger off george kontos... san diego comes from behind to beat san francisco... 5-2 giants lose 17 games in april for the first time in modern day franchise history tomorrow they'll be down in l-a to face the dodgers meanwhile the a's were hoping to leave houston with a win jesse hahn didn't
have a great outside for the green and gold oakland down by two in the fifth -- ryon healy can't make the grab... the astros extend their lead to four... hahn allowed eight hits and four runs in six innings marwin gonzalez puts the game away with 3-run blast. the astros beat the a's 7-2 we now know who the warriors wil be paying in round two of the nba playoffs...beyonce and jay-z in los angeles for game 7 of the clippers and jazz... gordan hayward... with the floater and e was fouled for the 3-point-play... he led all players with 26 pointsfinal score... 104-91 jazz... they win the series in 7 games and will take on the warriors next...(wipe to schedule) they'll begin the series this tuesday game one and two will be at oracle arena then the series moves to utah for games three and four the winner of this series will play the spurs or rockets in
(justine) forbes has ranked the colleges that give you the best bang for your buck... and u-c berkeley is at the top of the list. forbes ranked 300 schools based on whether they are worth the investment. the schools were scored on six categories including school quality, alumni earnings and student debt. that number was then divided by gross tuition and fees to reach a rank number. this is the second year that berkeley topped the list... stanford was ranked ninth. (justine) in los angeles... hundreds braved the blazing heat in hopes of
snagging tickets for the hit musical "hamilton." with the temperatures reaching nearly 90-degrees... theatre officials rerouted the line for the box office. fans were moved into the theatre's air-conditioned lobby and even onto the stage. the fans that showed up early this morning were relieved to get out of the hot sun. performance in los angeles begin in august. the show opened in san francisco last month. ((justine)) much more news coming much more news coming up at the top of the hour. get ready for road closures, traffic and delays... as thousands of people will march tomorrow for the nationwide may day protests... details on where rallies and marches will be held.((jr stone)) that story...and all the big news stories of the day and your forecast, in
our big story tonight... tens-of- thousands of people will take to the streets tomorrow in solidarity... for a nationwide may day strike. i'm jr stone.(( justine@bam)) and i'm justine waldman... immigrant and union groups will march in cities across the united states tomorrow for immigrant workers' rights and protest against president donald trump's efforts to boost deportations. kron4's lydia pantazes is in san jose where organizers expect this one to be one of the biggest strikes they've seen in years.. from bakeries.. to markets and even western wear....you'll see similar signs on all these businesses along willow street in san jose....telling customers... their doors are staying closed on may day, also known as inter